Sunday reflection 27 September 2020

Dear friends 

Welcome to another Sunday service. I hope you are all managing through these uncertain days. I’m sure you will join me in thanking George for keeping us going, keeping us connected to one another and day by day reminding us all of God’s presence in our lives. 

I have so missed seeing you all and I am delighted to be sharing with you today, whether by the worship in Naseby, on the screen in the evening, or as you read the Reflections in the comfort of your own home. Welcome. 

As George mentioned last week, I am indeed now a student again, albeit a virtual one. All of my lectures are online, which as you can imagine has its own set of challenges. However, on the plus side, I can sit in my PJ’s with my coffee and over Zoom imagine myself walking around the beautiful Glasgow Uni-versity Trinity College, soaking up the knowledge and ambience. 

I will be on Zoom this evening to lead us in our online worship, so even if you are at the Kirk, or reading the Reflections, why don’t you switch on at 7pm: be good to see you. 

For now, until we meet again, take care, keep looking up and God Bless you. 


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Rev Mackay’s weekly reflection is also accompanied by a piece from our musical director, Razvan Luculescu. This week, Razvan is playing Lord for the Years.